Join host Jessi Lang as she reviews the 2010 Infiniti EX35 Journey AWD. Though not your rough and tumble SUV, the AWD EX35 will be more than enough of a sport utility vehicle for the driver seeking stability/confidence in bad road conditions paired to luxury, style, and sport performance. Watch the Infiniti EX35 review video for more on the key features of the vehicle and more importantly, how it stacks up against some of its competitors in the crossover SUV segment.
With acceleration and power fit for a sports sedan, the Infiniti EX35 is car-like in its nimble driving and handling. Powering the EX35 is a 3.5 liter V6 engine that produces 297 horsepower and 253 lb-ft of torque. The front design is reminiscent of its G37 sibling while the rear tends more towards its larger FX family member. However, with the small crossover styling, the EX35 compromises its interior and cargo space for its tight compact packaging.
The EX35 comes with two great optional packages, the Premium package and Technology package. With the Premium and Technology packages, Infiniti offers a bevy of creature comforts from memory seating position synchronization, 8-way powered front seats, navigation, lane departure warning, intelligent cruise control, distance control assist, and a 360 degree around view mounted camera system for parking.
Pricing for the 2010 Infiniti EX35 is the same as the previous year starting at $37,400. As-tested with all of the packages will put the price-tag at $42,945.
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